So being senior you already get a lot of perks, (You should hear what we're doing for senior week), along with the responsibility that's put on you. And with senior beek being a perk, not having to worry about housing agreements, room reports, and overall preparing for net year at this school it also gives you new opportunities.
For example, my sisters and I, and some other seniors are being featured for a song during the front quad concert where we're playing along with our school's choral director as she sings. And all of the seniors (all of them this time) are also playing a song together as a 'one last hurrah' thing.
This is the exciting part. During our Monday rehearsal (for the song we're working on with our choral instructor) Professor Rudolph asked if my sisters and I were available to represent Hollins at an African American music festival by playing a song on the marimbas. It works out perfectly because with the four of us we'd each be playing a different part (soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) so all four parts would be heard. Sure, we all usually play soprano and we'd have to quickly learn new parts, but it sounds really fun. Besides, I'm sure everyone would get a kick out of watching quadruplets perform and I think that may have a tiny bit to do with it as well since Rudolph has been pitching that idea since all four of us joined.
Otherwise some other good things have happened, a class was cancelled tomorrow, I have a bass lesson tomorrow (yay!), a man that works in physical plant is giving me some more studded belts, the weather is warm, I've been getting good grades, and I'm just finding myself to be happy about a lot of things that are going on. Hopefully things stay like this so I don't get too stressed around exams.
I can only hope.
Loves anything red. Rock music, playing the guitar, drawing, writing, tattoos, and sports are some of my interests and hobbies. I like to laugh, I like to think I'm funny. I talk a lot...just a warning.